What is considered an underlying health condition?

Regardless of age, adults with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk for the more severe impacts of the virus that causes COVID-19 are eligible to receive a vaccine under Phase 1-B. If you have an underlying medical condition, please consult with your medical provider to determine if your condition warrants vaccine prioritization. Some of the most common medical conditions include: 

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes 
  • Heart Conditions 
  • Obesity 
  • Pregnancy 
  • Moderate to Severe Asthma 
  • Hypertension or High Blood Pressure


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1. How do I register for a COVID-19 vaccine?
2. Who is eligible to receive the vaccine under Phase 2?
3. Once I pre-register, how long should I expect to wait before getting vaccinated?
4. I've pre-registered online - now what?
5. What is considered an underlying health condition?
6. I have questions about the effectiveness or safety of the vaccine - what should I do?
7. Someone I know doesn't have internet access. Can I sign them up?